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Robert Wilson is a former Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Associate Dean for Research. Also is a Professor in the Department of Psychology, and College of Liberal Arts.
This book features original research and analysis of the principal metropolitan areas in six federalist countries of the Americas—Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, the United States, and Venezuela. It finds that a common feature of metropolitan expansion is the lack of a unified governmental structure.
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